At Kinney & Moore our team of personal injury attorneys and professionals are committed to representing clients that have been injured in truck and auto accidents throughout Jacksonville and northeast Florida. Every day we fight for people that have suffered injuries from automobile and truck accidents due to careless driving. Whether the injuries are minor and heal over a short period of time, or are permanent injuries that are life changing, we fight for the justice that you deserve. When you have been injured in an accident, it can be an overwhelming and stressful. You and your family are counting on you to provide an income and support. You wonder how you are going to pay for the medical bills, or replace your lost wages. At Kinney & Moore we fight to recover 100% of your medical expenses, lost wages and money to compensate you for the pain, suffering, emotional distress, and loss of enjoyment of your life resulting from the accident. We will fight to get everything you deserve.
KNOW THIS! In Florida, every vehicle is required to have insurance to cover the damages caused by careless driving. However, the driver does not decide if or how much to offer you. The insurance company decides. The insurance companies put a clause in their contracts making them the sole decision maker. By law, the insurance companies are required to fully evaluate your case and pay you everything you deserve within their policy limits. But they have a financial incentive not to do so. They would rather keep the money they collect from premiums to fatten their profits. For over 14 years we have gone toe-to-toe with the big insurance companies that continue to refuse to do the right thing. We are not a billboard advertising law firm that comes up with catchy phrases. We file lawsuits for our clients and take cases to trial forcing the insurance companies to pay what you deserve. When you or a loved one is hurt you can count on us to fight for your rights. You deserve justice and we demand nothing less. There are no fees charged for an initial consultation to evaluate your case. Further, attorney’s fees are charged only if you receive a recovery. That means if we don’t get you any money, you don't owe us anything. Call us for a free case evaluation (904) 642-4111.
According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles in 2014, there were 344,170 traffic collisions in Florida. This astronomical number means on average there are 943 motor vehicle collisions a day. Our firm’s fundamental objective is to ensure that if you ever become a part of this growing statistic, that you get the representation and advocacy you deserve. Don’t fall for billboards, commercials on TV or catchy jingles, at Kinney & Moore our Jacksonville car accident attorneys are here for one purpose: to force insurance companies to pay what you deserve. A motor vehicle collision can occur at any time, for a multitude of reasons. Often drivers are distracted, not properly observing local traffic laws or even operating their vehicle under the influence of alcohol or other substances. Our task at Kinney & Moore is to ensure we present indisputable facts leading to the conclusion that without the other driver’s negligence the collision would not have occurred. If you have been injured in a motor vehicle collision, please give us a call at (904) 642-4111 so we can stand in your corner and get the justice you deserve.Truck Accidents
According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration in 2015, there were 415,000 police-reported crashes involving large trucks, 20% of those collisions resulted in injury and 1% resulted in fatality. One percent may seem like a minuscule amount, unfortunately on average almost 10 people lost their lives due to trucking accidents per a day that year. Trucking accidents are often more catastrophic due to the sheer size and weight of the vehicle. Commonly, trucking accidents are caused by driver error, poor vehicle maintenance, equipment failure, inclement weather or improper cardo loading. Being involved in a trucking accident can be a life altering event, don’t navigate your way through it alone. Our team of lawyers are available to guide you through the process, advocate for your injuries and demand the insurance companies pay you. At Kinney & Moore we pride ourselves on being advocates for our client’s best interest. If you or someone you love has been injured in a trucking accident, please call us at (904) 642-4111.Jacksonville
Known as the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars, the location for the world’s largest outdoor cocktail party (a.k.a the Florida Gators vs. Georgia Bulldogs game) and thanks to the Allman Brothers, the birthplace of Southern Rock. Jacksonville is the largest city in the continental United stated with over 840 square miles. In addition to the vast land area, the population continues to grow, nearing closer to a million every year. Anyone who has enjoyed the summer breeze at Jacksonville beach, the roar of the crowd at EverBank stadium or a leisurely walk in Riverside Memorial Park has also probably had to endure Jacksonville’s unforgiving traffic at some point. With seemingly endless miles of highway, growing population and daily congestion on major throughways, there is one factor that is unavoidable, motor vehicle collisions. It is important to not only know your rights but to exercise them in the event of a car or trucking accident. Let our knowledgeable Jacksonville car accident lawyers review your case, give you honest feedback and distinguish the most valuable avenue to ensure you receive the best possible outcome. There are no fees for an initial case assessment. Give us a call at (904) 642-4111 for a free case evaluation today.St. Augustine
With nearly 455 years in existence, St. Augustine is the oldest component of the First Coast region and Jacksonville metropolitan area. It is home to Anastasia State Park, the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind and the Player’s Championship Golf Tournament. Due to the overwhelming growth in St. John’s County, St. Augustine has seen an increase in the overall amount of motor vehicle collisions and in collisions that end in fatality according to the DHSMV. Growth isn’t the only contributing factor. Fatal collisions can also be attributed to a myriad of circumstances including but not limited to distracted driving, seatbelts, the speed of travel, time of day and even the age of the vehicles involved. If you or someone you love has been involved in a motor vehicle collision or a collision that ended in fatality, please call us (904) 642-4111 and let our team of knowledgeable attorney’s guide you through the process of getting the justice you or your loved one deserve. You deserve justice, nothing less.Orange Park
Originally called Laurel Grove, Orange Park is a suburb of Jacksonville, FL. It encompasses the area of northern Clay County including the communities of Fleming Island, Lakeside and Bella-Meadowbrook Terrace. With the presence of Naval Air Station Jacksonville just 6 miles away and the flourishing job marketing in Jacksonville, many households find themselves commuting to Jacksonville on a daily basis. This commute often entails a drive across the Buckman Bridge and an exposure to the dangers it imposes. While the posted speed limit is 65, according to a study done by the Florida Department of Transportation the average speed driven is in excess of 70 mph. Although many attempted to blame the design of the Buckman bridge for its synonymous nature with car accident fatalities, the study concluded that driver error is the clear leading cause of crashes on the Buckman Bridge. If you have been injured in a car accident on the Buckman Bridge, in Orange Park or in any of it’s bordering communities please call us at (904) 642-4111 for a free case evaluation today. Let Kinney & Moore get the justice you deserve, nothing less.
Client injured when commercial delivery vehicle improperly pulled out from a side street into oncoming traffic. Clients injuries include torn anterior crucial ligament, herniated disc in the thoracic spine, bulging disc in the cervical spine and broken vertebra in cervical spine.
Client injured when another vehicle turned left into the client’s path while the client was traveling approximately 45 MPH. Client suffered three herniated discs in the cervical spine, numbness and tingling in both arms (radiculopathy) and debilitating headaches.